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Littorai Wines

A visit to Littorai offers an exceptional opportunity for an intimate and personal tour of this state of the art biodynamic vineyard and farm. The tour is followed by an exclusive private tasting of Littorai’s world class Chardonnay and Pinot Noirs, showcasing the true expressions of Sonoma Coast and Anderson Valley terroir.

Private tours and tastings are available by appointment only, Monday through Saturday.

Saint Helena Road Winery

Saint Helena Road Winery is a tiny winery on the west side of Spring Mountain. 20 acres are planted of the 5 Bordeaux varietals. Saint Helena has 3 brands: Roy J. Maier Cabernet Sauvignon, Maier Family Meritage, and Maier Family Cenote. They are all Bordeaux blends. Saint Helena Roads Winery grows all varietals on our estate property and do not buy or sell any fruit.

B. R. Cohn Winery

When we visited they had a vintage car display as well as lots of vendors selling their goods and offering food samples. The tasting room is quite large, and while there were lots of groups there, we did not have to wait too long for the tasting. They also have a separate olive oil and balsamic tasting room.

B.R. Cohn is a large winery with retail distribution and they make wines using grapes not only from their local estate, but mostly from all over wine country.

Sbragia Family Vineyards

Sbragia is a good winery and nice tasting room in this valley too full of wineries.
Enoy the scenic views down the valley when you're perched up on the patio deck.
Nice people serve the wines here. I like the crisp white wines they make.
Bottle prices range from high 20's to mid $40's

Taft Street Winery

The young lady serving us was informative and very pleasant. We received a good amount of information regarding the history of wineries in the Sebastopol and Russian River region. The tasting room is simple and no-fuss. Good wine. Nice outdoor patio where we ate our packed lunches. Very affordable wine.

George Wine Company

George Levkoff had his wine epiphany when a friend brought a 1991 and 1992 Williams Selyem Rochioli Vineyard Pinot Noir to share at dinner. Four years later, he left his job as a bond trader on Wall Street and headed west to Sonoma. He interned at Williams Selyem from 1999 to 2002, learning the winemaking process.

Macrostie Winery & Vineyards

Want to love every wine you taste more than the previous one, have a great time chatting with the knowledgeable and fun folks pouring for you. You just might find yourself unable to resist the wine club, and drive away with some affordable wine and the feeling that you've found one awesome Sonoma secret, then Macrostie Winery & Vineyards just might be your place.

Pacheco Ranch Winery

Since 1973, Pacheco Ranch Winery has represented one of the most unique endeavors in California's fabled wine country. Situated just below Napa and Sonoma Valleys, Pacheco Ranch's elegant winery and adjacent vineyards have produced a small quantity of uniquely hand crafted wines.

Korbel Champagne Cellars

The drive from downtown Napa was a little over an hour but it was definitely worth it for a free tour and free tasting!! Their first tour starts at 11 which is a great time since it'll be close to noon when the tour and tasting is over and you can walk next door for some delicious sandwiches at their delicatessen market.

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